School of Medicine recognizes staff for spirit and for inspiring change
Four staff members have been selected as this year’s winners of either the School of Medicine’s Anne G. Crowe Spirit Award or the Inspiring Change Leadership Award.
Spirit Award winners are selected for their outstanding dedication, initiative, motivation, positive attitude and customer service. This year’s recipients are CHRISTINE HENDRICKS, clinical program manager in emergency medicine, and ANA MEZYNSKI, administrative associate for the Stanford-Surgery Policy Improvement Research & Education Center.
The Inspiring Change Leadership Award goes to staff members who have implemented processes that improve the school. Winners are KIM WALKER, learning program manager in the Office of Information Resources & Technology, and MARY AYERS, director of learning spaces for Educational Programs and Services and the Center for Immersive and Simulation-based Learning.
Read more on the web pages of the School of Medicine.